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SPEEDWAY STAFF RECEIVE NASCAR AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

Track collects three national awards for medical, emergency services, and track services at NASCAR Summit

Related Topics: Homestead-Miami Speedway, NASCAR Awards Ceremony

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Next Day Flyers Official Printer of Auto Club Speedway

Next Day Flyers Official Printer of Auto Club Speedway

 

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More Fan Friendly Initiatives Announced At Daytona International Speedway

As part of its ongoing effort to enhance the race day experience for fans, Daytona International Speedway President Joie Chitwood III announced further refinements to the speedway’s carry-in policy.

Related Topics: Joie Chitwood III, 2011 Daytona 500, Speedweeks 2011

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Soccer fields coming to MIS

Michigan International Speedway is always evolving and will soon be a multi-sport facility. All the grading for two community soccer fields in the track's Lot 12 is complete and will be ready for use in the spring, once the grass comes in.

Related Topics: Facility Improvements, Roger Curtis, Brooklyn Trails, Camping, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup

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MIS Drives Economy Forward

Michigan International Speedway has an economic impact greater than the Super Bowl, with its marquee NASCAR events raking in $400 million a year, according to an economic study released today.

 

Chris Browning

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Chris Browning Honored with Joe Littlejohn Award

Darlington Raceway President, Chris Browning, was award the prestigious Joe Littlejohn award at the 2010 National Motorsport Press Association (NMPA) convention in Concord, N.C.

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Car-Hungry Wall Under Assembly at Darlington Raceway

The infamous wall that has dashed so many Darlington dreams and caused countless "Darlington Stripes" began to take shape on Monday as crews re-assembled the outer SAFER barrier wall at Darlington Raceway.

Related Topics: Capital Improvement Project, Facility

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Paving Begins at Historic Darlington Raceway

Engine noise could be heard coming from historic Darlington Raceway on Monday well in advance of the 2008 Dodge Challenger 500. The engine noise came not from race cars, but from construction equipment being used to lay the first of two layers of new asphalt at the track "Too Tough to Tame."

Related Topics: Capital Improvement Project, Facility

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